|05-21-2014 10:53 PM|
|petite||My puppy's canines are coming in and she's a MONSTER right now! Thank goodness we're getting close to the end of teething, it's been a long, long, LONG few months!|
|05-13-2014 07:23 AM|
The adult or permanent teeth begin to erupt (with the loss of the associated deciduous tooth) at about 3 months of age starting with the central incisors. All of the permanent teeth should have erupted by 6 months of age and no deciduous teeth should be left.
Good luck with the land shark phase, my hands are covered with sharp puppy teeth scratches too- they're like little needles not teeth!!
|01-07-2014 11:26 AM|
Ally just lost her incisors. Do y'all know approximately when she'll lose her sharp canines? She's doing tons of damage to my hands and feet with those!
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